Stonebwoy, a multi-award-winning Raggae/Dancehall singer, has criticized the Ghana Football Association (GFA) for leaving out some key players from its final 26-man team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Otto Addo officially announce Ghana’s final 26 man squad for the 2022 World Cup today.
Qatar will host the World Cup from November 20 until December 18, 2022. After the tournament in South Korea and Japan in 2002, this will be the second World Cup completely hosted in Asia and the first World Cup to ever be held in the Arab world. Furthermore, the tournament is planned to be the last with a 32-team field; for the tournament in the United States, Mexico, and Canada in 2026, the field is planned to grow to 48 teams.
After the announcement Stonebwoy took to his official Twitter page to tweet:
“There are players who are supposed to be in the squad who are not here because of #PayToPlay @ghanafaofficial why?”
The Black Stars of Ghana is in Group H alongside Uruguay, Portugal, and South Korea. Ghana will play Portugal on 24th November at the Stadium 974, South Korea on 28th November at the Education City Stadium, and play their final group game against Uruguay on 2nd December at the Al Janoub Stadium.
According to reports, Ghana will train at the famous Aspire Academy in Doha, Qatar.
The Black Stars of Ghana will take on Switzerland in an international friendly on November 17 in UAE before flying to Qatar.